Assistive devices enable people with disabilities to participate on level terms. The application of our technology to this area is one of our strongest proof points, showing how our technology removes barriers in society. Other disadvantaged groups, such as the elderly, children, and people living in isolated regions can gain access to services with the help of our technology. Learning, entertainment and gaming, and care and therapy applications can leverage our technology to control the interface or measure progress. By putting these kinds of applications into commercial mobile devices such as VR headsets and laptops, we put solutions at the point of need in a scalable and affordable manner — bringing about democratization.
By integrating eye tracking into medical equipment, companies can develop solutions that can assess a condition, provide therapy as part of a treatment, and measure the results. These solutions can address diseases and health issues, such as, brain trauma, amblyopia (lazy eye) and other vision impairments, Parkinson's, and reading difficulties.
Scientists and researchers use Tobii eye tracking extensively as a research tool to better understand human behavior and unlock new scientific discoveries. From improving traffic safety by studying driving behavior to identifying mental and neural disorders such as autism, ADHD, and Parkinson’s disease.
Partnering with other innovative companies is of the best ways to make a difference . We have partnered with a range of enterprises including ControlRad, EyeJustRead, and SyncThink who are using our market-leading technologies as an innovation catalyst to for example, reduce radiation in operating theaters, improve reading education, and deepen our understanding of traumatic brain injury.